The Beaumont family of companies, including Beaumont Technologies, Beaumont Development, Beaumont Advanced Processing, and the American Injection Molding Institute, exists with the mission of revolutionizing the plastic injection molding industry. We service OEMs, tool shops, material suppliers, and nearly all other companies involved in the development or manufacture of injection molded plastic parts.
If you have a problem or question, we probably have an answer.
Patented and proprietary runner design solutions proven to eliminate common injection molding issues. Guaranteed.
Our team of highly skilled engineers strives to deliver the most advanced, accurate, and useful Moldflow® simulations in the industry.
Autodesk® Moldflow® material characterization, ISO and ASTM test specimen molding, and our proprietary Therma-flo™ material testing.
Beaumont’s American Injection Molding (AIM) Institute provides injection molding training for beginners through experienced plastics professionals.
Our proprietary 5-Step software identifies and quantifies root causes for filling imbalances in multi-cavity injection molding tools.
We question the arts, myths and traditions on which far too many industry practices are based.
We know that understanding shear induced melt variations requires the transition of widely accepted scientific understandings.
Our unique knowledge in managing polymer melts provides us the opportunity to serve as agents of change in plastics and other fields as well.
DON’T JUST TAKE OUR WORD:
Andrew Clouse, Manager: Production, Manufacturing, & Tooling
“Beaumont never ceases to improve their methods and support, and are always staying ahead of the industry. Their innovation and training helps lead Nifco America to success by combining new technology with a skilled work force. Nifco’s success has definitely been attributed to Beaumont’s excellent involvement with prompt and thorough support of our manufacturing output.”
Don Makowski, Design Engineer
“I was amazed at the amount of expertise and knowledge presented in just two days. Many myths were debunked, numerous scientific explanations for the way we should be thinking about plastic flow were given, and various real-world examples were used to show how plastic flows.”
Joshua Smith, Design Engineer
“We engaged Beaumont for a very specific issue after our tool was built. Their analysis, expertise, and recommendations on our specific process conditions greatly shortened our time to market by eliminating our usual trial and error loops based on “gut feel” and targeted the heart of the problem based on “science”.”
Russ Wolff, Business Development Manager
“Of all the training seminars that I have attended over the past 10 years, this one ranks at the top! The explanations of clamp tonnage, cooling strategies, viscosity, and key mold design components are just a few of the takeaways that will be very useful in my job function.”
Curt Corte, Senior Tooling Engineer
“I know there are several options available with regard to [Moldflow] training but I chose Beaumont because of their practical use and understanding of polymer flow characteristics. The trip across the country was well worth the effort. Jennifer Schmidt did an outstanding job providing classroom instruction that included detailed explanations, one-on-one guidance for those difficult questions and interjected her “real world” experiences that were invaluable in understanding and operating the software to its maximum potential. I can’t say enough good about this training!”
At Beaumont, we’ve earned a reputation for challenging accepted standards in plastic flow, mold design and the injection molding process.
This is first video in the Paradigm Shift series featuring President and CEO, John Beaumont, who talks about recent changes in the plastics industry.
In this second video in the Paradigm Shift series President and CEO, John Beaumont, reflects upon paradigm shifts throughout plastics and injection molding history.
In this last video in the Paradigm Shift series President and CEO, John Beaumont, talks about innovations and methodology changes in the injection molding industry.